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Midlmo Malay Yet/ tits North htoll Distiller, Uhl 1779

Midlmo Malay Yet/ tits North htoll Distiller, Uhl 1779

Lieutenant F. W. Wood). Edith Attlee (soprano), Frank Phillips (bass-baiitone i . Peter loth(' (syncopation pianist) Jay K (entertainer). 740—The Band, Merril, Empire" (Fiera), Overture, "Carnival de venire" (Thomas). Edith Athey, "Ave Mans " (adapted
February 21, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1925 BEAB/TIOSAL COLLAPSE.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1925 BEAB/TIOSAL COLLAPSE.

nagsmouth. Shore (en ear). "Rolm MVO. - as" (3), by re. Staajitardistg. Chat. by D. Eardley-Wilmot. 5411 Insicby _the Octet . Edith Young. The oh Child 'a Fireside Taiga (I) Chillows. l es I) _Skim Ustried." 74 n H. G. Minmelleid, late of the Roya l Meet
February 7, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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M'Crncken; old lady dolls, Sadie MTlwaine, Janie Brown, Dorothy Marks. Annie Gourley; young lady dolls. Sara Wallace, Agnes Given, Edith M’Afee, Woodcock; baby dolls, Jean M'Cracken, Elen ora Kerr, Mina • M'Carley, Sallie M'Carley, Sadie Watt, Margaret Kennedy
February 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDITH CAVELL CASE.

EDITH CAVELL CASE.

EDITH CAVELL CASE. SHIP'S OFFICERS' ARREST IN FRENCH GUIANA. A letter has been received by the Imperial Mem.hant Service Guild from the Foreign informing them that • telegraphic report on the siihject 1 the imprisoned captain end chief of6cer of the Edith
February 10, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOLF AND GOLFERS.

GOLF AND GOLFERS.

unable to lead ben team. but her .later, Edith Leitch. took her place. fa the leadma game Miss K. and Mine Phythe Read defeated Maio, 0. flealet. the Inch Internatiemaliat. and C. D. harm by • sad 2. while Edith Leach and Mr, D. Fish beat Erie Hunter and
February 19, 1925 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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BRITISH OFFICERS RELEASED.

BRITISH OFFICERS RELEASED.

of Commons, Westminster, yesterday, on the mystery which has surrounded the arrest of the officers of tbo British steamer Edith Cavell, to which attention was previously drawn the publication of correspondence between the Foreign Office and the British
February 12, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
@TEARER OMR HIS APPROVAL.

@TEARER OMR HIS APPROVAL.

THE CASE OF THE EDITH CAVELL. Mr. A M. SAMUEL, replying to Mr. Peto (C.. Barnstaple), who questioned him concerning the arrest and inw :rayonment of Captain Joy in French Gummi on a elusive of wilfully casting away the steamship Edith Cavell on November
February 12, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON

LONDON

Savoy Bands and Selma tour. Close j down. The Glanhowy Concert Party, and Florence Holding (soprano); Harry Tucker (bass); Edith Hilton Faggi (solo (pianoforte); Joseph Slater (solo flute); Charles Leggett (solo cornet). —Concert Party; Invictus : (Protheroe)
February 7, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OXFORD DEFEAT CAMBRIDGE.

OXFORD DEFEAT CAMBRIDGE.

three, with two games halved. Owing an attack influenza. Miss Cecil Lcitch was unable to lead her team, but her sister, Miss Edith Leach, took her place. the foursomes, tho ladies lost only a single game, Ilannay and A. W. Crombie defeating the former girl
February 19, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWINGTON CONGREGATION.

NEWINGTON CONGREGATION.

advantage in Arcady is ever young ” (Monck ton), Mr. Fred English, robust baritone; Miss Winnie Foster. Miss Edith Tillv. Miss Hamilton. Miss Edith Miss leoh Latighhn, Miss Kathleen Donnellv, Miss Mabel Walker. Mr. Howard Wilson. Miss Violet Jack son. and
February 19, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland